The War on Drugs has failed. After 50 years of prohibition, illicit drugs are now the third most valuable industry in the world after food and oil, all in the control of criminals. Drugs are cheaper and more available than ever before. Millions of people are in prison for drugs offences. Corruption and violence, especially in producer and transit countries, endangers democracy. Tens of thousands of people die each year in drug wars. . . . → See: Breaking the Taboo
This medical cannabis film is a compilation containing comprehensive scientific data and positive human testimonials including remissions from people who suffered with various illnesses including cancer, multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes, crohn’s decease & many more. . . . → See: Cannabinoids
Called by one media critic, “Genius”. Produced by famous smuggler, author/activist Robert Platshorn and the award winning film maker Walter J. Collins. This made for TV version of Roberts Silver Tour stuns viewers with medical and legal facts long kept from the public. . . . → See: Should Grandma Smoke Pot?
Hemp is one of the oldest crops known to human kind, and some historians believe the need for material to make ropes and sails for the Royal Navy, was the real reason behind the establishment of Australia as a penal colony. Now hemp is making a comeback of sorts, supplying growing markets in masonry, fibreglass replacements and textiles. However a push to legalise foods made from hemp seeds could be the key to Australia’s hemp industry taking off. . . . → See: The Hemp Comeback
Mullaways Medical Cannabis Pty Ltd (Mullaways) is the first medical cannabis company established and registered in Australia for the purpose of research, development and to provide traditional cannabis medicines. Mullaways is at the forefront of medical cannabis research and development of traditional cannabis medicines in Australia and is dedicated to the development of cannabinoid based traditional medicines both with and without psychoactive properties to treat disease; the symptoms of disease and for general health maintenance. . . . → See: Mullaways Medical Cannabis
WeedGeist is a Web documentary about the legalization of Marijuana and why it is fundamentally necessary to not only decriminalize it, but to completely legalize it. In times like this where our Monster economy attacks the public and bleeds us and our government, we need need to make the choice to step up into the future and create new choices and ideas. . . . → See: WeedGeist
CBC Television’s THE NATURE OF THINGS with David Suzuki examines the medicinal uses of marijuana. There is a growing number of people who regard marijuana ( cannabis ) as a benign medicine, offering relief to people suffering from a variety of illnesses, including epilepsy, arthritis, multiple sclerosis and glaucoma as well as lessening the side effects of medications and treatments given to cancer and HIV patients. . . . → See: Reefer Madness 2
Research shows a third of the UK’s 15-year-olds have tried cannabis and a quarter of young people aged 16-24 smoke it regularly. Presenter Rickie Haywood-Williams journeys beyond the scaremongering headlines to find out the true impact of the UK’s skunk-smoking habit. . . . → See: Cannabis: Britain’s Secret Farms
Obesity, particularly abdominal obesity, and the associated cardiometabolic complications, are critical areas of investigation. The endocannabinoid system helps to regulate the central control of energy balance and peripheral metabolic processes, both of which may contribute to cardiometabolic risk factors. . . . → See: Endocannabinoid System: an overview
This comprehensive indoor primer covers all the details of indoor growing and explains plant physiology. Design a safe and productive operation without spending a lot of money. Includes: how plants grow, indica & sativa, strains, seeds, growth stages, sex, cloning, photo-period, building a growroom, mediums, lighting, ventilation, odor control, mites, watering, fertilizer, disease, harvest, drying, and more! . . . → See: Introduction To Indoor Growing
During the mid 1980s, Howard Marks had forty-three aliases, eighty-nine phone lines, and twenty five companies trading throughout the world. Bars, recording studios, offshore banks: all were money-laundering vehicles serving the core activity: dope dealing. . . . → See: A Video Diary – Howard Marks
Hemp Hemp Hooray! is a fast paced, fun educational glimpse into the potential of the world’s most useful and versatile plant, cannabis hemp, and its burgeoning renewed industrial marketplace. . . . → See: The Growing Industrial Hemp Market – Hemp Hemp Hooray!